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In my dream. Julia Averbeck. Vestigial Surreality: Douglas Christian Larsen. Presented by Doc Films. Tuesdays, Jan 8—Mar 12, 7pm Max Palevsky Cinema, Ida Noyes Hall This series showcases a trend in the s in which queer women embraced low-budget, indie filmmaking to tell their own stories onscreen for the first time. They broke major ground by not forcing Lesbian characters into suicide or the arms of men. She has emblazoned her stamp onto the landscape of world cinema with the two characteristics that define her career: first, an unshakeable commitment to the visions of her directors and an uncanny ability to sniff out the ones worth committing to ; and second, an unflagging fearlessness, an irrepressible commitment to baring her soul on screen in the most vulnerable and incendiary of fashions.
This series pays tribute to her chameleonic performances and unforgettable screen presence with a selection of 10 of her greatest performances. In many ways, this makes film the perfect medium to both showcase dancing and use it as a plot device. This series will celebrate the many ways that dancing has been used as a tool in movies in the 20th century, from. It never failed to surprise her, in an ugly way, how uncomfortable nausea was, the roiling sensation that something was wrong, something that could not be righted without a violent bodily expulsion.
Not something you could just close your eyes and ignore. Instead of the femme fatale we have the homme fatal: the seductive man who is not what he seems, and who may be trying to kill you—or at least have you committed to an insane asylum! Featured films range from iconic titles like Gaslight to B movie gems like Repeated Performance.
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He was utterly different from the child she thought of in her head, when she had let herself think about it at all. The child that would remain forever unborn. Her un-baby. There were no colors in her head when she imagined her child. She pictured a little boy—for some reason, though now she would never know for sure, she had thought it was a boy— floating through the total blackness of space, the lines of his face and body traced in silver. A fetal outline limned in luminous white light.
The ghost of the child that could have been, with all that he might have become, each and every one of his potential futures, twinkling around him. Her lost little astronaut, drifting amongst the stars. Her face was wet too. Test your knowledge of cool sculptures and fast cars.
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Presented as part of the Art Design Chicago Initiative, Dialogo: Virginio Ferrari and Chicago included tours and talks, K and family programming, and other public events. Guests at multiple events throughout the city had the opportunity to learn eye-opening facts about the internationallyacclaimed sculptor, whose surname always calls to mind works of art—be they sculptures or sports cars.
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Presented by Seminary Co-op Bookstores. Rather, it presents an overlapping sequence of interrelated narratives that together tell a full and nuanced, yet wholly accessible history of visual art in the city. Mon, Jan 28, 6pm Logan Center, Terrace Seminar Room Brigid Hughes, founding editor of A Public Space, an independent magazine of literature and culture that seeks out overlooked and unclassifiable work, joins National Book Award finalist Jamel Brinkley in a conversation about publishing writing from beyond established confines.
These give voice to muted histories of the French Empire including its colonial penal practices that, in the case of this body, reveal themselves under the sign of his flesh. Presented by the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality. Kwon reads from her own work.
A UChicago student will open the reading. A UChicago Student will open the reading. In Evolution, we find the eminent, exuberant writer at the forefront of American literature, upending genre in a new vernacular that enacts—like nobody else—the way we speak inside and out today. We think we know certain images well, but with continued scrutiny they provide new historical perceptions and knowledge.
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Emily Hooper Lansana. The evening will include an open mic for guests to share women-centered stories as well. Awardwinning writer Adina Hoffman brings this charismatic and contradictory figure back to life on the page, taking readers through the backstreets and backlots of Chicago, Hollywood, Broadway, and beyond for a tour across twentieth-century culture. Join us for an evening of storytelling featuring the dynamic duo, In the Spirit: Zahra Baker and. Marshall is from the South Side of Chicago. Emerging alongside cyberpunk in the s, the hallmarks of hip-hop— allusion, self-reference, the use of new technologies, sampling, the cutting and splicing of language and sound—would come to define the culture of the new millennium.
Presented by the University of Chicago Folklore Society. Fri, Jan 11, pm Mandel Hall The acclaimed, rising young piano trio offers a program of old and new memorials. More than one hundred years later, Pierre Jalbert dedicated his piano trio to the life and work of Mother Theresa. Presented by UChicago Presents. Conte adds music of Richard Strauss arranged for solo organ.